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French President Emanuel Macron, his political career in peril and his country engulfed in increasingly violent protests, pleaded with the country’s employers Monday to give their workers a bonus and also promised reduction of taxes to restore order after protests over the past four weeks have deeply shaken the nation.
In a pre-taped address broadcast, Marcon criticized “inadmissible violence” of the protests, while promising with “all means” to restore calm.
The article goes on to state the following:
“When violence is unleashed, freedom stops,” he said.
The French president promised to speed up tax relief while urging companies to give bonuses to struggling workers by the end of the year.
French President @EmmanuelMacron addresses the nation: “I know that I have hurt some of you with my remarks. I want to be very clear with you this evening: if I fought to push the system in place, it is precisely because I want to serve our country and I love it.” https://t.co/ebdOdnmtG4
— Sophia McBride (@sophiacmcbride) December 10, 2018
BREAKING: French President Marcon promises to scrap a tax hike on poor and low-income retirees.
— The Associated Press (@AP) December 10, 2018
On BFM TV a Yellow Vest protestor standing outside at a roundabout says he’s not satisfied with Macron’s remarks and wants Macron to resign. Host in studio tells him he’s probably going to spend a long time standing at the roundabout before that happens.
— Rachel Donadio (@RachelDonadio) December 10, 2018
— euronews (@euronews) December 10, 2018
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Watching British PM May and French President Macron give uninspiring and weak speeches on internal challenges within hours of each other raises more concerns about Europe’s future and its leadership.
— Mina Al-Oraibi (@AlOraibi) December 10, 2018
Macron hikes minimum wage, axes overtime tax and slashes pension contributions https://t.co/mNWSsfigl4
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) December 10, 2018